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What’s So Beneficial About Trenchless Sewer Repair?

What’s So Beneficial About Trenchless Sewer Repair?

The Majority of homes have one or two plumbing systems designed to carry the sewage out from your home. It will either be a Septic Tank System, or your plumbing will be connected to the public main sewer. In either of these cases you will have one Main Sewer line that connects your home to these systems to properly drain sewage from your home. Like most systems of plumbing with any home, it will need to undergo maintenance and repairs.

Trenchless Sewer Line Repair

Periodically, these main sewer lines that travel underneath our homes and out through our yards will malfunction and demand necessary repairs. If you notice a foul sewer smell in your yard, or large wet areas on your lawn, this could be major signs that your main sewer line is in need of repairs. In the past the only option to repair this main sewer line was by digging up a large square ditch in the middle of your yard, and on top of the service cost you would also need to pay for the landscaper to have to come renew your yard. Fortunately today we have the technology and methodology to perform Trenchless Sewer Line Repairs.

What is Trenchless Sewer Line Repair?

Trenchless Sewer Line Repair begins with A Better Plumber inspecting the interior of your current main sewer line with a scoping camera. After a thorough assessment of the inside of the main sewer line we will determine how long your main line is, where the damage is, and how extensive it is. If you should decide to go trenchless, our Pro will begin by Hydro Jetting the old main sewer pipe, flushing out broken pipe fragments and debris, ensuring a clean and clear space for a new pipe.

Next, a new main sewer line will be inserted into the access point created from the old main sewer line. Typically within the house, and in the basement. This new CIPP (Cured In Place Pipe) will need time to set in, as it is made of resin and will harden to replace the old main sewer line. Lastly, our plumber will take a last inspection inside of the new Cured in Place Pipe to inspect and make sure that everything has hardened and that there are no breaks or insecurities in the pipe.

Going Trenchless

Traditionally, the process of a Main Sewer Line Repair or Replacement would add a substantial amount of money to your bill on top of the main sewer line servicing. Not only is this traditional method a drag on your wallet, it also takes much more time. The last thing any homeowner wants to see a gigantic trench sitting in the front yard day in and day out when leaving and coming home. Did I mention the obvious? That you and your family will also not be able to use the restroom during this time? This method is just no longer worth the time or money required.

Fortunately with the Trenchless method of Main Sewer Line Repair, not only will you not have to worry about the expense of replacing the landscaping, but the Trenchless Method of main sewer line repair is a job that can be done in as little and just one day. Turning what was once very costly and a painstaking task into a much much simpler repair for you as a homeowner.

So if you suspect that you are in need of repairs to your Main Sewer Line, and are hesitant about the costs and repairs required of the traditional method that you have been told about. Consider going Trenchless, because it could be the best decision for you, your wallet, your home, and your family. Should you decide to go trenchless, give us at A Better Plumber a call at (301) 278-8786, and let us help you determine the best course of action for your Main Sewer Line.

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